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-? ? Progress as a Public Institution: Progress in Service: Progress in Value-Giving: Progress in Better Conditions for our Employes PROGRESS as a PUBLIC INlSTlTUTION-the New DUPONT CIRCLE MARKET Progress in Value-Giving Decisively shown by the Unbeatable Prices featured on this page. HAMS 33_,, Fresh or Smoked Both strictly first quality, guaranteed to please. Cut from selected pork, with just the right pro portion of lean and fat, and 8 to io lbs. in weight ; exactly right for the average housekeeper. Pork Chops, lb., 43c and 48c Smoked Shoulders, lb.. .22c Bacon, Choice, Sliced, lb.45c Choice' D G1717 Native DI-??-?G Home-dressed in our plant in Frederick. Juicy, tender and as tasty as you could wish to eat. Prime Rib Roast, lb.32c STEAKS Porterhouse ? Sirloin > Lb. Top Round ) ROASTS Top Rib Roast \ Bouillon Roast \ Lb. or Shoulder Clod ) Chuck Roast, Ib.25c Hamburg Steak, freshly ground, Ib. .. .25c Sliced Beef Liver, Ib.10c 43c 28c Genuine Spring LAMB Very Specially Priced for This Week End Leg o' Lamb.Lb., 35c Rib or Loin Chops._Lh? 45c Shoulder Chops.Lb., 32c Shoulder Roast..?.Lb., 30c Stewing Lamb.Lb., 18c Finest \/F A I Milkfed V ?/?.JL Home-Dressed in Our Own Pla.-.t Veal Cutlet.Lb., ?50c Rib Chops.Lb., 45c Loin Chops.?_Lb., 45c Shoulder Chops.Lb., 38c Breast, bone out.Lb., 30c Extra Special "Derrydale" BUTTER Pure, Fresh Creamery Butter, the same high qual ity as always, down in price to_.__...-. 65e Lb. Mayfield Margarine..lb., 40c Mayfield Nut Margarine.lb., 33c Lard Substitute, Ib.25c Pure open-kettle-rendered Lard.lb., 30c .MiIIbrook Eggs, Dozen_58c ia Large, Clean, Selected Meaty Eggs, packed in a sanitary sealed carton for your convenience in carrying. Week End Sale of Luscious, Juicy TOKAY GRAPES Friday and Saturday at 15c ik?; 2 ibs., 25c Potatoes, ?&~...45c Sweet Potatoes, gg...25c Cranberries, Ib. 15c; 2 lbs. 25c a_-Lm!MM ??*_?*_?__-__? __jB__^M?_i^?ajgt*,i?*y,**w***i-r? Drawn From a Photerrraph. We Take Pleasure in Announcing the Opening of Gwr Duoont Circle Market (20th and ? Streets N.W.) On Saturday, October 11th RESIDENTS of the Dupont Circle neighborhood will remember the site of our new market as having been for thirty five years the home of the Walker-Hughes Market In reopening it as an Old Dutch Market we could wish for ourselves nothing bet? ter than that the good repute and associations of good feeling, integrity and dependability in which the Walke.-= Hughe " Co. was so deservedly held by the public, shall continue with us. On our part, it shall be our every endeavor, by service, quality of merchandise, value, square dealing and courteousness, to merit and retain this confidence and good will to the utmost. The building has been entirely re modeled, renovat ed and re-equipped with the most mod ern and efficient plant and fixtures. We have left un= done nothing that we could think of that would make for better handling of foods, quicker service or greater convenience to our Patrons. Our New Branch Will Be Completely Stocked With the Finest Qualities of Fresh and Smoked Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries Dairy Products Fresh and Smoked Fish Fruits and Vegetables and Old Dutch Bread, Rolls, Bans, Cakes and Pastries Made on the premises in oar new, completely -?quipped modern Bakery, which may be seen in operation in full view in the windows. Old Dutch Market Low Prices Will Prevail ??''M.'i.nffl'PEW'?'^-?*'"?8*1^ :, : ?- ?^??flaBaftfflvw-ftm?**^..^^ TF^*\m>TUM'"t*xagi>irTi PROGRESS in SERVICE?Our Bureau of Domestic Science CAROLINE B. KING (Head of Our Bare*ui of Domestic Science) Will Be at the Dupont Circle Market on Opening Day (Saturday) From 10 A.M. to 12 Noon and From 2 to 4 P.M. And will be glad to meet any one who uo-sires to consult witb bin* personally on any matter pertain ing to the parchase or preparation of foods. ? n iMWWMmmrsrmn ?*i?-*w--uriiiifwti*__^ When it comes to Value - Giving the Grocery ?Section refuses to be outdone. > Down Comes the Price of Old Dutch Special Santos Coffee!. Beginning Today 40L If you've never yet tried it, buy a pound today and well promise you a real coffee treat. Always freshly roasted when you buy it. remember, so that you get ALL the goodness. _ A Big Drive On "Holland Belle" FIour,'C80c The ideal flour for every recipe. Made from the finest wheat America produces, skillfully blended to produce a flour that meets tbe house wife's every need. Y<-?_"11 get equally good re sults with bread, cakes, biscuits or pastry, and bet ter results than you've ever had before, if you use "Holland Belle." Evaporated Milks 7 large cans $1.00 AH the wanted kinds ? **Pet," "Carnation," "Everyday," Borden's. Oysters, <*-?? 50c Finest Maryland Stock Croakers, Ib_15c I Norfolk Spots, Ib_ ISc Trout, Ib_18c Rock Fish, lb.35c Butterfoh, lb.15c I Bhiefuh, Ib.25c Fresh Roasting and Broiling ^Q CHICKENS, Ib.**OC PROGRESS in Securing BETTER CONDITIONS for Our EMPLOYES > Commencing October 18, Our Markets Will Gose ?____?__________^_____________________^__??|>_^__^__^__?___________1____?um?t.???? at 6 P.M. Every Saturday It ma> tv* remembeed that some two years *?? The Old L.'itch Market set (h?* pace in shorter ho-irs hy clos ing at ? ?-p?. on Sj _rda\ - in ?he face of a univers:?! tr.ide cu*-"*m '.'.ni a grocery or met sto* ??'. mid l.eep open until 11 or 12 ?'.'<??.?. Wc believe that t!..? --uhlic *nind will he in full accoro ivi:'?-, i.s maw in bringing n!>out this tu*? her ??h< .-t.nin^ of Saturday husiiif?. h-urs for U?e benefit of our .mpl?.\"s. May we a?k y .it kind co-opcr* tion with us in making tins ?hang?: possible by shopping as enrt.? ???? poi ? ??iblc on Satnrd-.ys?or, if >.?u con venient can, on Fridays?and there by hripint to avciJ last-minute crowding of our store, with it? re sulting inconvenienti - and discom forts? Old Dutch Market.